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To convert this range to LP, you do not need to replace the orifices. The range comes with universal (double coaxial) orifices. You need to convert the pressure regulator; the procedure depends on the range. Then screw down the burner orifice hoods down to the pins. Do not over-tighten or you wil risk damaging the orifice. Then adjust the burner air shutter. For the oven burner, look behind the burner cover. It's shown on as part 25 on the oven/base diagram here: https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model-number/MGR5750BDQ/3048/0124002.html . You can find the range bake and broiler burners shown on the gas controls diagram.
possibly the air shutters were not adjusted when new for propane use,most units come set-up to burl natural gas but need conversion to burn l.p. gas by changing the orfices on the top burners,then turning the orfice spuds down on the bake and broil orfices as to control the flow of a heavier gas and also opening the air shutters on these venturi gas feed tubes next to these orfices
If you haven't changed the stove regulator to natural gas this could be your problem. If you are not comfortable with making this adjustment pleaee check with your gas company or a licensed appliance service person to do the work it should take just a few minutes.
go to the pool store or supply house or call the manufacture if anyone there speaks good english. and tell them what you got and that you need the propane orfices and the propane gas valve and regulator for your pool heater. you'll need to change the orfices, gas valve and regulator.
Hi, Did you flip the cap on top of the regulator? As far as adjusting the bake/broil orfices, all you will nee to do is turn them 2 full turns counter clockwise. Start the oven and watch the flame. It should have blue tips as much as possible.
You might have to raise or lower the orfice adjustment as needed.
I hope this helps you. Please let me know if I can assist you further.
If it was used with LP and you are using it with natural, did you change everthing back over to natural gas settings? Orfices, regulator cap, and oven orfice? It could be a pressure issue. Please let me know if I can assist you further.